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The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) increased crude oil production by 80,000 barrels per day (b/d) to 28.47 million b/d in June, according to a just-released Platts survey of OPEC members, oil industry officials and analysts. This is an increase from 28.39 million b/d in May.
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NYSE Euronext announced trading volumes for its global cash equities and derivatives exchanges for June 20091. Trading volumes in June 2009 generally receded from May 2009 levels, but ended the quarter with solid increases year-over-year across all venues, including increases of 24.9% in U.S. cash trading, 6.1% in European cash trading, 10.2% in European derivatives and 71.3% in U.S. equity options. European interest rate derivatives average daily volume (“ADV”) in June were at their highest levels since April 2008.
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A total of 19.6 million equity trades were carried out across London Stock Exchange Group’s electronic order books during June 2009, with a combined value of £152.5 billion (€178.1 billion).
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Global IPO activity increased in Q2 with 76 IPOs worldwide compared with 52 the prior quarter, according to Ernst & Young's second quarter Global IPO update. Deal value increased seven-fold to US$9.9 billion from just US$1.4 billion. However activity remains sharply down on 2008 levels when the second quarter saw 269 IPOs raise US$38.2 billion in capital.
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CME Group announced that June volume averaged 11.4 million contracts per day, down 20 percent from June 2008, but up 6 percent from May 2009. Total volume was 251 million contracts for June, of which 79 percent was traded electronically. Electronic volume averaged 9.0 million contracts per day, down 21 percent from the prior June, but up 6 percent sequentially.
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In a recent survey of 127 institutional investors, TheMarkets.com found that nearly 40% of those surveyed think that the market has already rebounded, hitting its bottom earlier this year.
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Oil prices have been soaring since 2003. In 2008, oil prices went up as high as $100, showing the vulnerability of nonproducing countries to dependency of the imports of crude. This situation forced Latin American nonproducing countries to reorient its investments towards the renewable energies, with the purpose of diversifying its energy matrices. The situation was different for producing countries with significant amounts of 3P reserves, because high oil prices increased their investments in exploration and production (E&P) activities.
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Tokyo: June 2009 IPO Report
added: 16-06-2009

There have been only seven IPOs in Japan during the first five months of 2009. The seven offerings procured a total of 8 billion yen. But only 2.6 billion yen, or 32%, came from stock sold to the public.
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The average daily value traded on the equity order books of London Stock Exchange Group during May was £8.2 billion (€9.2 billion). This was an increase of nine per cent on the average daily value traded during April this year, though down by 36 per cent compared with the same month last year. The average daily number of trades was 1.0 million, an increase of 14 per cent year on year, though down by two per cent compared with April.
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NYSE Euronext announced trading volumes for its global cash equities and derivatives exchanges for May 2009. For the month of May 2009, all NYSE Euronext global trading venues experienced double-digit year-over-year trading volume growth, including a 40.4% increase in U.S. cash trading, a 14.6% increase in European cash trading, a 28.4% increase in European derivatives volumes driven by our Bclear OTC service and a 73.4% increase in U.S. equity options.
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